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  • MACWORLD - Mac hardware gets faster, cheaper

    Cheaper iBooks, faster iMacs and a number of powerful additions to its line of desktop and portable computers were among several announcements from Apple Computer Inc. Monday, as the company began its Macworld Expo here with a roar.

  • MACWORLD - Jobs: Mac OS X to be default OS

    Calling it the "most crash proof operating system in the world," Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs in his Macworld Expo keynote Monday said that Mac OS X was a raging success and that over 2,500 native apps are available today.

  • MS/DOJ: No delay for Microsoft antitrust remedy hearing

    While traffic to online Web sites during the 2001 holiday season increased 50 percent over the previous year's, online holiday sales grew by just 15 percent, according to reports by two research firms.

  • Bertelsmann to sell its share of AOL Europe to AOLTW

    While traffic to online Web sites during the 2001 holiday season increased 50 percent over the previous year's, online holiday sales grew by just 15 percent, according to reports by two research firms.

  • Surveys: Holiday online traffic soars 50 percent

    While traffic to online Web sites during the 2001 holiday season increased 50 percent over the previous year's, online holiday sales grew by just 15 percent, according to reports by two research firms.

  • Westpac appoints group executive, e-IT and Operations

    Westpac Banking Corporation has appointed Michael Coomer as group executive, e-IT and Operations. As part of his new role to commence at the end of January, Coomer will have overall responsibility for IT, e-Business outsourcing governance and all back-office operations and support.

  • IBM expands portfolio of Web services tools

    IBM Corp. has released several new tools for developers working on Web services applications, including version 3.0 of its Web Services Toolkit, a "starter's kit" package of software components.

  • VoIP to find receptive ears in 2002

    The slow but steady adoption rate of VoIP (voice over IP) technology will continue in 2002, but could get an additional boost as more enterprises catch on to the administration and application payoffs offered by the technology.

  • Partnership to make Web services mobile in Europe

    Genient and vVault are teaming to offer European mobile telecommunication operators a product that will enable them to quickly introduce services such as mobile access to files and enterprise applications, the two software firms announced Monday.

  • Australia Post becomes a gatekeeper

    Australia Post has been accredited to deliver the Government's Gatekeeper service through 73 of its postal outlets.

  • EFI, MIT sue Microsoft, IBM, others over imaging patent

    California-based software design company Electronics for Imaging Inc. (EFI) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) filed suit against 94 companies last week, including Microsoft Corp. and IBM Corp. alleging infringement on their patented image-editing software, an EFI representative confirmed Monday.

  • AT&T takes $1 billion charge in Q4

    AT&T will take a US$1 billion restructuring charge in its fourth quarter 2001, due primarily to the elimination of 10,000 jobs, the telecommunication company announced late Friday.

  • VMware upgrades virtual server software

    In an effort to help IT managers better consolidate large Intel-based server farms, VMware Inc. on Monday introduced an enhanced version of its virtual computing software, VMware ESX Server 1.1.

  • Cisco: This old dog's tricks

    Cisco Systems' at it again. The company recently announced several Ethernet in the First Mile-ready products for its Catalyst 4000 line of LAN switches.

  • NetScreen offers new firewall/VPN boxes

    Security hardware and software vendor NetScreen Technologies Inc. Monday announced the availability of four new combination firewall/VPN (virtual private network) appliances aimed at the large enterprise and medium-sized business. The company also released a new version of the software that runs the devices.

  • RedHat releases 64-bit Itanium version of Linux

    Open source software company Red Hat Inc. released a version of its Linux operating system for Intel Corp.'s 64-bit Itanium processor, Red Hat said Monday.

  • Motorola to close Hong Kong plant, cut up to 800 jobs

    Motorola will close its assembly and test facility in Hong Kong and move its manufacturing operations to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Tianjin, China, a company spokeswoman said on Monday.

  • Verisign adds .tv to its top-level domain holdings

    VeriSign Inc. has acquired The .tv Corporation International, holder of the .tv domain name, expanding the digital trust service provider's top-level domain name offerings, the company announced Monday.

  • Old hand named new Lucent CEO

    Lucent Technologies Inc. named Patricia F. Russo to be the company's new president and chief executive officer (CEO) Monday. Russo started work at Lucent in 1981 while it was still part of AT&T Corp., but left nine months ago to become president and chief operating officer of Eastman Kodak Co.

  • AMD, Intel up the speed ante on desktops

    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Intel raised the speed limit for desktop PCs on Monday, with Intel using smaller circuits on its Pentium 4 processor to increase its clock speed advantage over AMD.

  • Technical considerations for mobility in the enterprise

    As enterprises have adapted to the innovations of mobile computing, it has become evident that technology itself is not the only thing that has changed in the IT landscape.

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